Dell E248WFP 24" Widescreen Monitor with 3yr warranty £318 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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Dont forget Quidco on this deal too.

1920 x 1200 native resolution Stunning detail and more viewable real estate without compromising desk space.
5 millisecond response time (typical) Helps reduce ghosting and motion blur when gaming or watching movies.
1000:1 contrast ratio Produces darker blacks for sharper images, crisp text, better colour saturation and greater detail for HD entertainment.
High Definition (HD) Everything looks better in HD.
Dell TrueColor Technology Richer, life-like imagery that has accurate colour representation better tones and hues. Reds, greens and blues are deeper and more vibrant
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#1
This looks a good deal :thumbsup:
However only £297.28 delivered and with a 4 year guarantee (plus swap if there is even a single dead pixel) from here
http://www.pcbuyit.co.uk/product2.asp?sku=197&deptId=68
Are Pcbuyit a reputable dealer ?
[mod]#2
That looks a better deal, £20 cheaper delivered and 4yrs warranty too.

I've not used pcbuyit but they have been around for quite a while.
#3
God that is cheap! must resist.....
#4
I’m wary of this monitor. I think this Digimate at OcUK may have a better panel but probably doesn’t have a great casing. It’s on offer this week for ~£240 including delivery.
It’s says the warranty is ‘3 year on-site collect and return warranty’ which isn’t ideal as I’d like a warranty where they replace it the next day on site. What warranty does the Dell come with?
#5
Not bad but it's a TN panel. Viewing angles are affected if you move too much from head on. It is one of the better 24" TN panels though.
#6
I recently bought the 27" monitor for PCBuyIt.
There were no dead pixels, so haven't used the dead-pixel guarantee.
Screen arrived very quickly and I saved approx £200 on direct from dell prices.
#7
I've been thinking of buying this monitor from PCBuyIt for a while, but I challenged the guy on his dead pixel wararnty via email and he said that it's via dell and what they do is escalate the problem with dell support if you have a dead pixel. But that's total rubbish because Dell have a 5-6 dead pixel policy, not a zero-tolerance on them.

I'd be very wary of them for this reason.

Also I'd be interested if anyone has a proper review on this monitor yet. I've been lookign for one for the last couple of months to no avail. I've found a few posts on forums with people saying it's great (blah blah etc.). But I want a professional review on it before I splash out!
#8
patmoore
Not bad but it's a TN panel. Viewing angles are affected if you move too much from head on. It is one of the better 24" TN panels though.

All Reports on the Digimate at OcUK (DGM L-2442W) say it's a PVA panel, NOT TN. Tempted to get one, but would like a professional review first. I'm looking at the Benq FP241W, OK probably NO comparison, but for half the price I won't might upgrading it when the oLED screens come out in the future.
#9
dont understand why people rated this when you can get a 24" acer widescreen for under £200 a £100 cheaper!
#10
compo
dont understand why people rated this when you can get a 24" acer widescreen for under £200 a £100 cheaper!


You get what you pay for. The Acer can't compete with the Dell.
#11
I got a Dell 2407 from PCBuyit. Have no reason to doubt their service. I had very fast comms wth the guy there.

But City Link (who didn't give a monkeys the several times i phoned them) failed to deliver it for nearly a week. Upon receipt the delivery label didn't have the full address (a workplace), only the department name and the floor! Not sure where the fault lies there.
#12
h0l1yw0od
I got a Dell 2407 from PCBuyit. Have no reason to doubt their service. I had very fast comms wth the guy there.

But City Link (who didn't give a monkeys the several times i phoned them) failed to deliver it for nearly a week. Upon receipt the delivery label didn't have the full address (a workplace), only the department name and the floor! Not sure where the fault lies there.


I'm not doubting their custom service, I'm doubting their integrity. That zero dead pixel policy is nonsense.
#13
What type of connections does this monitor have?
#14
Isn't this the **** version of their 24 inch monitor (Hence the letter "E" before the name)

This is a **** monitor.
suspended#15
Yes, it's the rubbish version.

Is it worth the extara over the OCuk one at £220? What difference iin features are there?
#16
I've read a lot of people commenting on how pants it is and that it can't possibly be compared to the more expensive proper 24inch they do. Taking that into account, you might as well get that Acer one for £200, which I'm sure is also pants but at tha price I'm sure it'll do the job if your on a budget.

If you're after a mid priced fairly good screen then I'd go for one of the new LG ones, not as a good as the dell but acceptable.
#17
i was thinking about one of these

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/125735/show_product_specifications

they any good you reckon?
#18
Does the one at OcUK have HDCP?
#19
thussa
Does the one at OcUK have HDCP?

Definitely not according to the thread on the OcUK forums.

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